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o there. we got data from the 20 biggest cities in the country. and home prices are posting the strongest gains since 2007. in the first seven months of this year, prices in those cities have gone up nearly 6%. on top of that, some of the biggest gains in value, are coming at the low end of the housing market. that means the less expensive homes, hit hardest by the downturn. we're not out of the woods just yet. prices are still down 30%, compared to before the recession. but every improvement helps boost homeowners' defeconfidenc. that makes them more likely to start spending again. some reasons to be encourage, josh. >> cautious optimism, if nothing else. >>> also, those folks are going to have more money in their pocket because they are saving at the gas station. aaa reported that prices have dropped again. the average is $3.80. >>> wall street had the biggest drop in two years. thousands of protesters slashing with police in spain. severe budget cuts and tax increases being imposed by the spanish government. >>> breaking overnight, two more american soldiers have been kil
. >> good morning, josh. really big news for so many folks out there. we got data from the 20 biggest cities in the country. and it's good news to tell you this morning. home prices have posted the strongest gains since 2005, seven years ago before the recession. in the first seven months of this year, prices in those cities have gone up nearly 6%. on top of that, some of the biggest gains in value are coming at the low end of the housing market. that means the less expensive homes, hit hardest by the downturn. we're not out of the woods just yet. a few miles left to go. prices are still down 30%, compared to before the recession. but every improvement helps boost homeowners' confidence. that makes them a lot more likely to start spending money again. some reasons to be encouraged, josh. >> cautious optimism, if nothing else. thank you far that, rob. >>> also, those folks are going to have more money in their pocket because they are saving at the gas station. overnight, aaa reported that gas prices have dropped again. national average is now $3.80 per gallon. >>> despite that good news, wall
as a debater. >>overnor romney, was new york a sanctuary city? >> absolutely. called itself a sanctuary city. as a matter of fact, when the welfare reform act that president clinton brought forward said they were going to end the sanctuary policy of new york city, the mayor actually brought a suit to maintain its sanctuary city status. >> it's unfortunate, but mitt generally criticizes people in a situation in which he's had far the worst record. for example, in his case, there were six sanctuary cities. he did nothing about them. there was even a sanctuary mansion at his own home, illegal immigrants were being employed. not, not being turned in to anybody or by anyone. >> you're still wearing a red tie, by the way. different tie, though. >> hope so. my wife would be very upset if it was the same tie. >> not to debate that particular issue but what's he like as a debater? >> he's a good debater. i think 11 debates i did with him. he didn't lose any of them. a few of them he won. a couple he won really well. i don't remember him ever making a big mistake, the kind of mistake that can live aft
with the pink fountain behind me in city center. part of our continuing series, taking the show on the road, to swing counties around the country. arapahoe is the third largest of 64 counties in colorado. accounts for one-tenth of the state total electorate. this election, it's one of the key areas along with neighboring jefferson county in crucial battleground state. that went to barack obama by nine points in 2008. george w. bush by 4-1/2 points in 2004. we have been touring several of the 12 battleground states. as we count down to election day. we have identified more than 30 key swing counties inside those states. based on voting patterns, key issues and demographics. they're marked in yellow on this map. so all of that, that is why we're here. throughout the show tonight we'll bring you what some of the folks we talk with on arapahoe are saying about the race and the issues they care about. >> the national debt is just so overwhelming that we feel that our children, grandchildren are never going to have the opportunity to have lifestyle that we currently have. that is one of the big t
at that boundary. it's very active this morning. showers and thunderstorms from oklahoma city to new york city. for today, that's where all the weather is going to be. south of there, warm and sticky. 93 in dallas. 90 in the southeast. unseasonably warm in most of the west. you are waking up to a chill in the midwest. that's a look at the weather across the country. >> we have a mostly cloudy sky here and a small part of our area, showers coming through. good morning, storm team 4 meteorologist veronica johnson here. showers around hagerstown. there's a chance here for the early morning. pretty nice sunrise. 67 degrees is the current temperature. we'll get up to a high today of 84. like yesterday, a warm one with rain at 5:00 or 6:00 p.m. this evening.>>> and that's a look a weather. matt, over to you. >> thanks, maria. >>> justin bieber and his fans are mourning the death of a 6-year-old who snagged the pop star's heart. a remarkable little girl we had a chance to meet earlier this year. tamron hall is here with her story. good morning. >> good morning, matt. >> she was one of justin bieber's
. this after a number of that they are using money.gram to make the city continues to sit is to increase safety. as a little too all morning on good morning washington" -- celebratingd fans their one of their first division title since moving to d.c. in a 2005. celebrating.e despite losing the game to the phillies last night, they nl east.the news channel 8 will have war and h report in just a minutes. let us get a quick check on the commute. fromout what is happening angela foster. morning. looking at quite a few the beltway in maryland. an accident on the inner loop between connecticut avenue and georgia. causing two lanes, major delays. at nutley.6 very slow. traveling and about 395, no lanes open.ur all just slow traffic. ?ow is our forecast for today side.the wet camera here. you can see the raindrops here on the lens. moving inside the beltway and well.he district as showers to the east of manassas. skies today, occasional showers. 72 7to the 6. be warmer than that. tomorrow, in the >>> hey, everybody. i'm so excited about hosting "good morning america." i hope george and i do a cooking s
and thunderstorms from oklahoma city, clear to new york city. for today, that's where all the weather's going to be. south of there, pretty warm and sticky. 93 in dallas today, 90 as we get into parts of the southeast. still unseasonably warm in most of the west and you're waking up >> mostly cloudy with a chance for showers, especially into the evening hours. highs in the upper 70's. >>> and that's a look at the weather. matt, over to you. >> thanks, maria. >>> justin bieber and his fans are mourning the death of a 6-year-old who snagged the pop star's heart. a remarkable little girl we had a chance to meet earlier this year. tamron hall is here with her story. good morning. >> good morning, matt. >> she was one of justin bieber's biggest fans and even became known as mrs. justin bieber after she had a chance to meet and even marry her hero. on wednesday, we got the very sad, heartbreaking news that she lost her battle with a rare brain disorder. >> i have biebs. >> it was back in february when the world first heard the story of avalona ruth. >> how long? >> seven years. >> no, 80 years. >> a litt
the country? >> everywhere. any big city has it. every city in america has it, but also on the internet. the pimps go on the internet, an app like back page.com, it has an app and you can buy sex over the internet. >> this is a problem for over 20 million people. >> the state ambassador at large said that 27 million people living in slavery today. our film, "trade of innocence" deals with the problem of child sex trafficking in southeast asia, and we made it in take land but for cambodia. >> what got you passionate about this? oscar winning actress, mom, have you a lot going on in your life, and dedicated an immense amount of personal time and passion about this. >> it's meeting survivors. i was meeting for amnesty international, and we covered human trafficking as one of the topics that really affects women and girlses in the world, and i rediscovered that slavery is alive and well, it's just gone underground. illegal now, but thriving, $32 billion a year criminal enterprise, tied with illicit arms trading, and the u.s. government spends more in one month on the war in drugs than it ha
presidential debate. jessica, thanks. also in new york city mitt romney speaking at the clinton global initiative just ahead of the president. romney focused on foreign policy as well vowing he would link u.s. foreign aid to trade with help going to developing countries that remove barriers to investment and trade. he also discussed unrest in the middle east and said he would have a different approach than president obama. >> a lot of americans including myself are developed -- excuse me, are troubled by developments in the middle east. syria has witnessed the killing of tens of thousands of people. the president of egypt is a member of the muslim brotherhood. our em bass dor to libya was assassinated in a terrorist attack. iran is moving towards nuclear weapons capability. we somehow feel that we're at the mercy of events rather than shaping events. a year from now i hope to return this meeting as president having made substantial progress towards the forms i've outlined. i also hope to remind the world of the goodness and the bigness of the american heart. never apologize for america
voting kicked off today. we're here in iowa city. we saw a pretty healthy line. mostly students, mostly obama supporters here. mostly obama supporters on day one. now, republicans say that's overblown. if you've made up your mind to vote even before the debates, you are going to be for one candidate or the other no matter what and you are going to vote. so if you're voting early, voting late, it doesn't matter. but one of the places obama thinks it helps is they had a big swell in the youth vote last time. they had the support in the polls, but, wolf, frankly they think turnout could be down this time. sometimes college students get a bit distracted. one of the things, the president of the university of iowa democrats, her job is to tell all of her friends, all of the fellow students vote now. >> things come up. you can have an exam. you can wait until election day and not know where your precinct is. a lot of student haves to go to elementary schools, they don't have cars, they don't know where it is, any extra obstacle can keep students home on election day. early voting gives us 40 m
for people on welfare. can you obama giving a big speech to the guys in the inner city, guess what, ladies and gentlemen, i'm getting rid of the work requirement. yea! it's a totally ridiculous, demeaning idea, demeaning to both recipients of welfare who have to take it and a president accused of using it to shield and trying to get votes with it. it's so demeaning. >> it's an update of the ronald reagan welfare mean, same raishl racialized politics mitt romney has been playing for the last eight, ten months. this is the -- the welfare requirement, the idea the president is abolishing it, he is taking a gop prescription for reforming welfare and putting it in place, which is giving more power to the states. you know, the details of that, the fact that tons of things the president has embraced are actually rooted in conservative ideology has been a completely lost or disavowed by the republican party. i mean, they -- mitt romney has to win 60% of white voters and will stop at nothing to shore up every white vote he can. and that includes playing to the lowest card in the deck, which is incr
in their surveys across the country you're seeing chicago, dallas, kansas city, philadelphia, new york city, richmond, all reporting from businesses that business confidence is slowing down and it is dropping. this the third straight month in a row that we're seeing this. average orders index of course negative for the fourth straight month. we've seen that. employment index at a low too. but the issue is the umpire, the referees who get to call whether or not the u.s. economy is in a recession or not, it is called the national bureau of economic research. and jenna, they have historically been slow to call whether or not the u.s. is in a recession. you won't know until nine or ten months after the fact. for example, in 1970, back then the u.s. economy was in a recession. we only heard it was in recession from the nber eight to nine months later. in fact in the most latest downturn from 2007 to 2009, we basically, that was called, that recession was called in 2010. so you may hear after the fact that the u.s. economy was in a recession and it's not just two consecutive quarters of negative
out of aleppo, the city of aleppo. today, the german foreign minister made a plea before the assembly. >> translator: such suffering is speechless. but it also impells us to act. to this very day the security council has failed to live up to its responsibility for people in syria. >> germany is part of a special u.n. meeting at this hour. known as the friends of syria. u.s. secretary of state hillary clinton is also there with about 20 other world leaders. >>> let's turn to cnn's senior united nations correspondent richard roth. before we get to syria, i want to get the latest on that phone call involving israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. yesterday, he urged that a red line, an ultimatum be given to iran to stop the nuclear program in iran. we have learned that he and president obama have spoken. do you know the answer of whom called whom? >> no, but it was already prior arranged so i don't think it is really that significant. i mean, yesterday netanyahu was talking about red lines, today it is a phone line. and the statement released by the white house following this phone c
of these men gave grand speeches in new york city. both looking presidential. yesterday they both campaigned in ohio. remember, ohio, ohio, ohio. it's critical. and today, in fact at this very hour as we speak, they are in the state of virginia. and that's why brianna keilar is there watching very closely what goes on with both these candidates. let's talk about the president. he's due to speak in about 45 minutes from now. and i think mitt romney is due to speak in springfield at the same time. so if the election comes down to these particular key states, is this where we'll see them and this is it? >> these are the states where we'll see them. ohio yesterday, extra have a today. and a couple things going on here. you mentioned early voting. early voting both absentee, mail-in and in-person, begins in virginia today. so no coincidence that you have barack obama and mitt romney campaigning in the state. but they're trying to cut into each other's base. where is mitt romney today? springfield, virginia right outside of washington, d.c. northern virginia, that area, is really obama territory.
in new york city. welcome back to "morning joe." mark halperin and john heilemann are still with us. and joining the set, nbc news's tom brokaw, good to have you with us. >> so mika, we need some help. >> we do. >> from viewers. e-mail us. >> or tweet. >> what's the best e-mail or tweet? what's the best one for us? >> joe@msnbc.com. >> tom brokaw believes, like espn, we need to brand events, we need to brand this wednesday debate. tom, you suggested the rocky mountain rumble. like that. we had the donnybrook in denver from mark halperin. >> and yours was? >> the mile high. >> that's just a story. we need some suggestions. >> there's our twitter address. >> but you're going, though. >> i'm on my way today. >> what are you looking for? >> i'm going to spend time with undecided voters in golden, colorado, still is a battleground state. we want to hear what they're looking for on wednesday night, what bothers them right now. these are always the people that intrigue me. i think governor christie is dead right, by the way, when he says people are now beginning to tune in. we've been talk
pad, and the app tracked the ipad to oregon city, oregon. police went to the local address and it turns out it was the home of a horizon airlines flight attendant. she admitted having the ipad, but she claimed another passenger gave it to her after finding it on a seat. she told police she never used the ipad, but they found she had put personal information in it like her husband's birthday. tonight the woman is under arrest and the ipad is headed back to its owner. what do you think about this story? go to gretawire.com. we're back in two. americans are always ready to work hard for a better future. since ameriprise financial was founded back in 1894, they've been committed to putting clients first. helping generations through tough times. good times. never taking a bailout. there when you need them. helping millions of americans over the centuries. the heart of a one-to-one relationship. together for your future. ♪ >> greta: president obama hits a butch in the road, a rather big one. our political panel is here in 60 minutes. first to our new york newsroom with the headlines. >> discove
tracked the ipad to oregon city, oregon. police went to the local address and it turns out it was the home of a horizon airlines flight attendant. she admitted having the ipad, but she claimed another passenger gave it to her after finding it on a seat. she told police she never used the ipad, but they found she had put personal information in it like her husband's birthday. tonight the woman is under arrest and the ipad is headed back to its owner. what do you think about this story? ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you engineer a true automotive breakthrough? ♪ you give it bold new styling, unsurpassed luxury and nearly 1,000 improvements. introducing the redesigned 2013 glk. see your authorized mercedes-benz dealer for exceptional offers through mercedes-benz financial services. through mercedes-benz and every day since, two years ago, the people of bp made a commitment to the gulf. we've worked hard to keep it. bp has paid over twenty-three billion dollars to help people and businesses who were affected, and to cover cleanup costs. today, the beaches and gulf are open for everyone t
romney was speaking to a smaller crowd, like you're running for mayor of a major city or governor of the state of virginia. only 200 people here today. >> the other thing that's really interesting to watch in the last 48 hours how focused they are on defending against the 47% remark from the videotape that came out last week because this is something that was very clear in his comments to our colleague, ron allen in ohio yesterday. let's watch. >> don't forget, i got everybody in my state insure, 100% of the kids in state have health insurance. i don't think there's anything that shows more empathy and care about the people of the country that that kind of record. >> he's trying to say that he doesn't not care about the 47% and he's embracing health reform, the massachusetts health reform which he ran away from during the primaries. you've covered him from the beginning, you know. he's talking about empathy and caring and health reform. we have not heard this from him before. >> reporter: no, no, i think that's right. he hit the words care, empathy, he used that language multiple
to live above the poverty level, is not an inner city situation alone. it creates a larger notion of another america out there that's much more diverse and much more realistic, i think. your thoughts, john. >> chris, i agree with that. i will also say there's nothing more powerful than a negative ad that uses nothing but the words from the person who -- out of the mouth of the person who the ad is attacking. you know, you think about the way that tina fey set up sarah palin on niv four years ago by literally saying the things that she said in an interview with katie couric. those were her words. you didn't have to write a script. in this same case the 47% thing i think is devastating. and mark talked about the people -- we talk to people all the time who are doing focus groups on the republican side and democratic side. this is cutting with voters. voters think there's something that's toxic here and there's a reason why this is the third ad the obama campaign has put up on this 47% thing. they're putting up those ads because they're working and this ad in particular i think becau
, walking menacingly on the streets of the city. it took 15 minutes before the police approached and handcuffed him. the grenade launcher was a fake, a movie prop and this was an elaborate act. the imbicile was named michael turley. what is more disgusting, he didn't have the guts to do it himself. he persuaded a 16-year-old nephew to march around with the bogus rpg. an action that could have gotten the poor young teenager killed. mr. turley says he planned it because we need to pay more attention to our surroundings and be safe. he did it because he's a dangerous, attention seeking gutless little twerp. that's all for us tonight. "ac 360" starts right now. breaking news tonight in the wake of the libya tragedy. late word tonight from the u.s. state department they're pulling more staffers out of the embassy in tripoli because of security concerns. also tonight, also security related, new details. they're coming in reaction to our exclusive reporting last night on how quickly officials actually suspected that the killing of four americans in benghazi was an act of terror, and how
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